08-15-2014, 01:10 PM #1
Fluffy dust visits from interstellar space.
'Seven tiny grains of rock captured by NASA's comet-chasing Stardust probe in 2004 may be visitors from the vast reaches of interstellar space, researchers say.'
'These interstellar dust motes from Stardust are fluffier and more diverse than expected, findings that could one day shed light on the origins of the solar system, scientists added.'
The picture looks nothing like dust - fluffy or not - to me, but I'm not a space scientist. Or an Alien. It's also over 4 billion years old. NASA needs to attach a giant duster to that probe of theirs.
http://t.space.com/all/26833-nasa-st...stellar-dust#2We 'embraced' the missing Bob Harrod case as requested but 6 years on, are still waiting for further guidance
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08-15-2014, 02:09 PM #2Registered User
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They're fluffy 'cause they're from the Milky Way.
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